Turning left isn’t right

This morning’s drive to work was less than routine. I was in the outside lane, driving south on Highway Four, when I noticed a car ahead of me in the same lane. Stopped. Dead. Indicating left. This lunatic did a u-turn across the central reservation (where there is a narrow break) to head back up the opposite direction. First, he had to wait for a gap in the oncoming traffic. Dangerous? You couldn’t make it up. As I sometimes tell people about driving in Israel, you have to expect the unexpected.